Date: 
Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Roll call showed the following members present for the regular meeting held this date. Burnell, Meyer, Hoffman, Kuck and Stienecker. Schwartz was excused with a motion by Kuck, seconded by Stienecker. Five ayes. Also present were Mayor Pape, Solicitor Smith, Chief of Police Harrod, Fiscal Officer Gast and Village Administrator York. 
 
Visitors were Mandy Niekamp, Brad Garmann, Christy Shell, Pam Sager, Darla Kelch, Steve Wills, Matt Krieg, Angie Weaver representing The Evening Leader and Margie Wuebker representing The Daily Standard.
 
Minutes from the September 22 meeting were approved with the following amendment: Page 1, paragraph 9 added First reading RESOLUTION 2009-9-36 authorizing the Village Administrator to seek bids for sodium hypochlorite and rock salt for the 2008-2009 seasons. Motion by Kuck seconded by Schwartz. All ayes.
 
Mayor Pape made the following announcements in his Mayor’s Report:
- Acknowledged Valu-Class members present to observe meeting.
- Announced the NB Historic Association Christmas Dinner dates as December 2, 4, 9 and 11. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be there on December 13.
- Reported fines, fees and forfeitures for the month in the amount of $558.00.
- Village Administrator York updated Council on various projects within the Village.
 
Mandy Niekamp, representing Garmann-Miller, presented plans for the 11,830 sq. ft. service building for the Electric Dept. The proposed site for the building will be Lot 16 and Lot 17 on the south side of Streine Drive at the Bunker Hill Industrial Park. The approximate cost of the building is $709,800 with the actual engineering estimate to be announced at a later date. 
 
Second reading RESOLUTION 2009-9-35 authorizing the Village Fiscal Officer to pay Garmann-Miller $8809.31 for the non-construction costs associated with the Lockkeepers House Project. The contract for architectural services for the Lockkeepers House has a limit of $50,000. The Village was unaware that non-construction costs such as the land survey, soil borings, printing plans etc. were not included in the contract. The additional costs amount to $8809.31. Motion by Burnell. Second by Stienecker. Five ayes.
 
Burnell made a motion to suspend the rule. Second by Kuck. Five ayes. Second and third readings RESOLUTION 2009-9-36 authorizing the Village Administrator to seek bids for sodium hypochlorite and rock salt for the 2008-2009 seasons. Motion by Hoffman seconded by Meyer. Five ayes.
 
First reading RESOLUTION 2009-10-37 authorizing change orders for the Lockkeepers House decreased by $2225.00 as follows: Change order #1 to Area Energy & Electric decrease of $1332.00; Change order #2 to Baumer Construction decrease of $893.00. Motion by Kuck, seconded by Stienecker. Five ayes.
 
Kuck made a motion to suspend the rule. Second by Burnell. Five ayes. RESOLUTION 2009-10-38 authorizing the Village Administrator to accept sealed bids for old police cars no longer used by the Village. Motion by Stienecker, seconded by Hoffman. Five ayes.
 
Burnell made a motion to suspend the rule. Second by Stienecker. Five ayes. RESOLUTION 2009-10-39 authorizing the Village Administrator to submit a funding application through the Ohio Public Works Commission for the 2010 Teton Project for Bear Drive and Elk Drive. Motion by Hoffman, seconded by Meyer. Five ayes.
 
First reading RESOLUTION 2009-10-40 authorizing the Village Administrator to seek bids for the construction of a service building for the Electric Dept. The engineering estimate to be determined at the next meeting. The proposed location is the Bunker Hill Industrial Park on Lot 16 and Lot 17. Motion by Kuck, seconded by Hoffman. Five ayes.
 
Meyer made a motion to adjourn at 7:20 p.m. Second by Kuck. Five ayes.
 

Diane Gast, Fiscal Officer